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'll be doing so as a devoted and passionate advocate for america, the country where i was born and raised. >> the job is one of the most important diplomatic jobs in government because of america's complex and sometimes strained ties with asia. john huntsman, the out governor is exploring a possible presidential run against president obama. >> the commander in chief's latest command: stand up against bullying. >> because putting a stop to bullying is a responsibility we all share. >> president and mrs. obama are fighting back against an alarming trend affecting every student in america. >> claims it encourages athlete >> one of america's most promine prominent journalists for half a century decide. he won a pulitzer prize for the watergate scandal in 1973 that led to president nixon's resignation. he detected political trends early. he was a regular contributor on talk shows. >> farm workers are protesting the sentencing for two of the three defendants charged in the death of a 17-year-old farm worker who was two months' pregnant. the judge approved the deal in the stockton court today.
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star sat down with good morning america. it has been a challenging year and a half for woods. he crashed his suv in florida in november of 2009, and that lead to the revelations about several extramarital affairs and eventually a divorce from his wiewf, elin. woods says being a single father is tough, but he enjoys it. >> i just love being with them and seeing what they are doing and what they are capable of doing. the shifts of interest. that's what is fun. we have a great time together, and that's what is the most important. family is first. that's the way it was when i was growing up. my family, my mom and dad, were always there and always present for me. that's what i am with my kids now. >> as for golf, woods is working on getting his game back on track. he hasn't won a major event in nearly three years. woods says his goal is to reclaim his spot as the number one golfer in the world. >>> if you are a golfer it has been tough for you this week finding time when it is not wet. >> and it is not getting any better. today could be a good day to go outside. another storm is comin
is part of the coalition transportation for america. that group reviewed federal highway data and released today's report. any elevated roadway considered a bridge. and more than 24,000 in california were examined. san francisco and alameda county are in the top 5 in terms of the worst with wear and tear. here's san francisco example. highway 101 at the central via deduct. in alameda county 8 80 at fifth where work is being done. in santa clara county the report notes the 101 overpass at pl actual erode. >> that makes me feel safer. >> don't really want people to be scared about getting out there whether you are walking, hiking taking transit or driving over a bridge if one is deemed extremely unsafe, l cal-trans will close it off just like they did the bay fwlij 2009. >>reporter: that's when cal-trans discovered a crack in aneurysm bar during a routine inspection. in a statement read by a spokesman, the transportation agency called the bridge managemt program robust. and in response today's report says more federal resources are needed. >> california needs a continued stable and re
the private seg for added 200,000 jobs in march. chief executive says the majority of america's largest companies plans to increase hiring in the sex six months. silicon valley companies are in a hiring frenzy. companies like google, facebook and twitter are hiring on a rapid pace. they say this kind of hiring hasn't happened since early 2000. state of california added nearly 100,000 jobs mainly due to the tech industry. that reduced the unemployment rate to 12.2% in february. >> kristen: a neighborhood in hercules is putting a barricade up hoping to protect homes from a hillside collapse. they declared a state of emergency as couple homes are the only thing holding up a crumbling hill. >> reporter: they are counsel instructing it but check how far it stretches down carson street. they hope that will catch any mud that comes crashing down. it's gorgeous today but authorities are still very worried. >>> water is rushing out of the soggy hillside. even though it hasn't rained in two days. looking at all this water you would think today's dry weather would be a welcome relief. think again.
.m. >> today on oprah at 4:00, meredith baxter, america's favorite tv mom of the 80s. then at 5:00 ibuprofen may work on more than just aches and pain. those stories and more later today at 5:00. >> one books, two books, why not read a few books. consider that rhyming advice dr. seuss would have been proud of on his national read across america day. >> schools across the bay area hold events with part of today's celebration. >> among the stars that turned out soccer legend brandy chasetain and tim ryan. >> it's in an effort to encourage all children to read. >> dr. seuss would have turned 107 today. gotta love all those cats, right! i'm a little hungry. >> interesting. >> all right. that's gonna do it for us. thanks so much for joining us. >> 
already know. one of the most diverse places in america is becoming even more diverse. over here at 320 malcolm drive. >> in realtor has found a nish market. 50% of her clients are latinos who want to buy homes in richmond. >> most people want to be with their friends. when they hear that bob relocated to richmond they want to move there, too, and hear about the payments and hear about the space. >> reporter: cities across the bay area are now majority minorities. it is not just latinos. asian communities are growing at almost the same pace. a fast pace. statewide, the asian population grew the fastest at 31.5%. latinos right behind while whites and blacks trailed. >> many opportunities in the bay area and in california and especially the job opportunities. >> reporter: it is opportunity and the rich colorful fabric that keeps people coming and staying. >> we need to work together as a community to have a viable community. >> reporter: in the east bay, cecilia vega, abc 7 news. >>> most of us may not associate emotional intelligence with a chicken. but it turns out that mother hens are
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called me. she is in japan. i think it is your sister. she said please tell my younger sister in america we all survived. >> that's her sister holding the sign. she is now using the internet to let her relatives know she received their mess seeming and is thankful to them for thinking of her when they are dealing with this tragedy. >>> dozens of california students studying in japan are ordered to return to the u.s. yesterday the california state university chancellor sent a memo to the system's schools that directs them to bring back the 65 students studying in japan. that includes a dozen san francisco state students. the schools are also being asked to help japanese international students studying here to get back home. stanford says all 35 of its students studying in japan are also on their way home. the uc schools are not yet asking their study abroad students to return home. >>> the university of california schools are facing tough cuts that could affect hundreds of thousands of students and staff across the state. they are letting uc administrators know how they feel about the fac
. president obama address to the nation this afternoon. the president says america has a responsibility to act against lybian leader ka dave. mark matthews tonight with reaction from bay area members of congress. >> after a week of intense bombing of lybian ground force and anti-aircraft installation the president laid out his reasons for going in. >> when our interest and values are at stake we have a responsibility to act. that's what has happened in libb why. >> president obama said the bombing of gadhafi forces prevented a slaughter in the lybian city of benghazi. >> ben gaffe declared he would show no mercy to his own people he compared them to rats. threaten to go door to door to inflict punish many. >> president knows american not intercede in every place where repression occurs. >> but that can not be an argument for never acting. on behalf of what is right. >> he added in libya the u.s. had international mandate for action, broad coalition, support of arab country and plea from the lybian people. >> as president i refuse to wait for the image of slairt an mass graves before
of america to provide $100,000 grant for the missions and scholarships for their 3 children, 2 of which that have been adopted from hats hate. >> it is an incredible force of love which is empower us to get back out in the mission field sharing water and love of christ with others. >> they are opening many new opportunities and reminds them of a bible promise. >> i would like people to know the lord is watching them. he sees all the hard work. >> that's right. >> he wants to remind us to not grow weary in doing good. he has a harvest. >> wendy griffith cbn news. >>> for more great stories on the church around the world, check out our website at we'll be back right after this. >> cbn worldreach invited parts ners to participate in share the love event. the group went to an orphanage spending time with 70 children sharing them a lot of love of god. they provided them with basic necessities, food, milk and toilet troys. well folks, i hope you enjoyed our broadcast and hope you'll join us next week. from all of 
in south america. it is really very encouraging. >>> coming up, a call to prayer for the people of burma. how it can bring help and hope to persecuted people. >> this sunday christians around the world will be praying for the country of burma. >> that's right. the military regime has committed every atrocity against christian control center. gary lane has more. >> reporter: perhaps no ethnic minority group suffered more than burma group, about 40 percent christian. they have wage add resistance for more than 60 years. the burmese military, soldiers killed men, raped women and girls, destroyed homes and churches. an army raid left 36 other families homeless. >> they came and slept in our village. before they left the following morning, they burned it. >> ma and his wife survived because they fled the village. >> my wife and i went to the village and prayed. i said all things belong to you, oh god. i carried my bible and pistol. we left to stay with our nephews. >> many villagers have had nowhere to go. government attacks have caused more than 100,000 ethnic chin christians to flee to over
the houses; they build them out of what to make america a proof, they survived the earthquake but not the tsunami >>: japan's christian communities have mobilized to respond but there only 1% of the entire population; recently i spoke with kent joseph, he said all of those disasters that up to the worst catastrophe he has ever seen and he is begging the international community to respond. >>: we have never been to anything like this before, you have an earthquake, the fire and then snow, a tsunami condemned and nuclear situation and they recommend everyone leave within 80 km. >>: many aid agencies are holding back. ten-mac that is the worst thing that can happen. we were at a church and the worst areas, and we found a guy that we were looking for, there was a pastor and his wife freezing without anything at all. what concerns us now is that with this concern about the nuclear situation, the little help will be cut off. >>: how the church is responding? >>:, they are working together really hard, we meet once or twice a day to compile which churches need to be visited and whi
people. >> the mayor is expected to release america's cup transportation plan to host the yacht races. he envisions a new street car line. street closures along the waterfront and modified muni transits. he is promising bicycle and pedestrian friendly ways through the city. >> still ahead, consumer alert. a government warning about the dangers new activity called water walking. >> and new blow to moammar gadhafi's g for deals these days,not g about saving a dollar off shampoo or two-for-one tacos or something. i'm talking about paying less -- every month. like this deal. [ female announcer ] call today and get the fastest internet for the price -- an amazing $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. plus get access to the entire at&t national wi-fi network at no extra cost. [ woman ] with at&t, i'm surfing at hot spots all over town. ♪ i'm downloading music fast. and watching videos. cute! and the price is great. [ female announcer ] call at&t today and get the fastest internet for the price -- an amazing $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee.
? is man really basically good? and then... there's two goals for america; one is to bring people to a saving knowledge of christ, secondly, to preserve the freedom to do the first one. next time on... ♪ >>> a wandering recall of 50,000 cars. the japanese auto makers recalling mazda cars from the 2009-2010 years. a spider could leave a web connected to the fuel tank system and clog the tank's ventilation and pressure could lead to a crack causing a fuel leak and risk of fire. one of the cases a spider was found, a spider web was found in that vent. >> here's a wonderful story. an oklahoma puppy has adoption offers from around the country this morning after beating the odds and surviving euthanasia. three months old wally has a new lease on life, a story considered a week and a half ago he was put down at an animal shelter because he was so sick. he received two lethal doses of a sedative and vets put him in a dumpster but the next morning they found him alive and well and named him wally, the movie robot who was the last of his kind. >> valley phenomenal. i can't believe that st
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by september, 20 tlaechbility perhaps just in time for the america cup. >> here's what it looks like from sky 7 hd. 1 bar out of 4 is up. crews will work through the night to align and fasten that first bar. then the giant crane will go counsel for the next one. cal-trans expects putting all 4 in place will take 5 days. that is weather permitting. they told us this afternoon that there are storms expected this week and rain alone will not delay this process but wind could lead to some delays. this is abc 7 news. >>> well here's the woman with the answer to the questions she was just raising. rain not a problem but wind could be. sounds like they may experience some wind. >> absolutely. tomorrow night before that storm arrives we are expecting some very gusty winds. >> really. >> might slow down the construction as we head into the next 24 hours. let's get you outside. show you what it looks like right now. wind not an issue tonight. actually pretty calm. you can see the construction that is going on. this is from the high definition emeryville camera look back towards san francisc
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other automakers combined. like the 50-mpg-rated prius, the best selling hybrid in america. and prius was also named a best overall value of the year. plus, every new toyota comes with toyotacare, a complimentary maintenance plan with roadside assistance. we're #1 for a reason. come see for yourself. hurry in for the best selection. ♪ pass. >> troops from saudi arabia and other gulf nations have crossed into bahrain after the tiny nation asked for help to shut down the unrest there. opposition group call the move an act of war. convoy of military vehicle drove into the capitol city today. yesterday police attacked a small camp of shi'a protestors with tear gas and rubber bill let. that raid pro joked fighting where the protestor seize control of much of the capitol financial district. that's when bahrain sunni monarchy asked for outside help. >> approximately look at ways to help them to diffuse the tension in bahrain and we have already sent roughly 500 of our approximately force. >>reporter: he appeared with clinton and she didn't mention the events in bahrain. united arab e
check. >>reporter: across america radiation fear are palpable. a run on iodine pills, geiger counter and emergency kit on and everywhere from hawaii l. >> i don't trust. >> to seattle to missouri. but how worried should we really be? radiation is all around us and inside of all you will the time and perfectly natural and safe. illustrate the point we got a hold of the geiger counter and as you can see even right here in new york city in the middle of central park there is always a background level of radiation. check this out. food here and pit on banana that contain positive takes um that you need to live but also radioactive. the counter goes up a little bit dramatic reading. up to the monument of columbus. made out of granite. granite is radioactive. but perfectly safe. and as you can see, the meter is pretty much pinning. exposed every time you fly because you are closer to the radiation of outer space. every year just walking around the planet each of us is exposed to about 3.5 million sever of radiation. about 67 chest x-ray or the same as 134 cross country
the scenes on "good morning america" this morning. it was triggered after a question about the girlfriend rihanna. >> the restraining order that rihanna had issued has been relaxed. have you all gone to events and be the same room, have you seen each other? >> i mean, i mean not really not a big deal to me. >> she wasn't true trying to set him up. he is on probation after hitting rihanna. he apparently smashed a window in a dressing room and confronted a producer on his way out of the building. he was on gma to promote his new album. >> mike nicco has the forecast. >> let's take a look outside and show? non-raining area. marin headlands from mount sutro. we have a lot of rain in the forecast over the next couple of days. more in the extended also. >> water, water everywhere. that is the story. what caused a traffic headache in southern california. >> and finalizing wedding plans, [ male announcer ] if you're ready for more from y get at&t u-verse today. at&t u-verse tv. make the switch! [ female announcer ] call at&t now to get u-verse tv starting at just $29 a month for six months -- hd-
dramatically. experts on "good morning america" say the situation appears headed to the catastrophe. >> i think we're close to the point of return. if i had the ear of a japanese prime minister, i would exercise the chernobyl action, put the japanese air force on standby. assemble a fleet of helicopters, get sand and concrete to sandbag the reactors. >> despite the situation in japan, right now there is no direct threat of radiation going to the u.s. you can see hillary clinton met with the foreign minister at a g-8 summit. >> japan is a generous donor to any disaster in the world. the world comes together to support japan in its hour of need. >> eight more experts from the nuclear regulatory commission are on their way to japan, meantime, the navy says more of their crew members were exposed to exposed to very low levels of radiation and had to be decontaminated after delivering food, water and blankets. despite assurance that radiation from japan is highly unlikely to reach the west coast. they local pharmacies have run out of potassium iodide. >> to inject that, the thyroid gland will put yo
the past 15 years because of unrest, disease and poverty. he talked on "good morning america" today. >> not really here asking for a big piece of money. that's not the idea. the idea is we've got this giant tragedy. a lot of this can be addressed by simply focusing on the issue. >> he's calling on president obama to appoint a special representative to help the country coordinate its strategy for recovery. >> prince william and fiancÉe kate middleton made their official trip to ireland today before their wedding. hundreds gathered outside to get a glimpse of the royal couple. william and kate spent time greeting the crowds and check this out they were cheered as they took turns flipping pa >> today on oprah at 4:00, former president george w. bush on his most difficult decisions in the white house. at 5:00, the threat facing the recycling program in one of the bay area's greenest cities and how online websites put their sites on going upscale. we'll have those stories and more later today at 5:00. >> that's it for now. maybe we should get a little frenc
will reach south america and even antarctica. we're still under a warning. they'll cancel it eventually but it looks like we have about two more hours of surges. our forecast, partly to most cloudy. lose an hour sleep, change the batteries in your smoke detectors. the rain back in the forecast for most of us. tomorrow morning you see clouds. rain possible tomorrow and even some of the drizzle developing down into the bay. then we get a little break sunday night and then sunday morning another surge comes in and all of us get wet. one behind that comes in sunday night and into the morning. temperatures will remain rather mild. low 60s today around the bay and inland with upper 50s along the coast. then we'll have i'd say near to 60 degree temperatures along the coast and mid to upper 60s for the rest of us and a better chance of rain tuesday and wednesday of next week. >> stick around. we'll be right back.  (speaking in international language) and he said unto them go ye into all of the world and preach the gospel preach the gospel  ♪very creature in the world. (applause) >
in america. >> the bay area group singled out is known as care. those hearings are anti-muslim. jenelle joins us with more. >> republican congressman peter king is leading this hearing. he's also the chair of the house homeland security committee. in his opening statements he condemns the national care organization accusing it of aiding in the radicalzation of the muslim americans, a problem he says is at its highest level since 9/11. no one was around at care's offices in santa clara with you this morning its spokesperson out of new y york reaeacted too congressmaman's p peter king's insinuatioion that thee ororganinization supports terro finanancing in the u u.s. one reasoson? a carere pososter that was foun the bay area. >> named as ununindicted coconsnspiritor in the e case td the holy lanand ffoundatation. leadaders mumust reject discrcr groups s such as care. >> cacare, the c couplple on am islalamic r relatations gaave a for thee poster. . >>>> i don'tt think it says don talk t to the f f.b.i. if they call,, c call us toto h you u understand whahat yoour r arare when confrfronteted b
are not expected to make it to the u.s. "good morning america." >> the earlier signs are intestinal tracks. those can look like a stomach flu and when you have all these people evacuated, they have to sort out the difference. >> there are three factors can put you at greater risk. first proximity. how close are you to the release. intention. how much was released and were there any barriers between you and that radiation. and duration. how long were you exposed. president obama says he continues to be heartbroken by the images of japan's devastation and this morning he made a promise. >> the united states will continue to offer any assistance we can as japan recovers from multiple disasters. and we will stand with the people of japan in the difficult days ahead. >> u.s. military aid is slowly arriving but there was a setback today. the u.s. navy had to move several ships away after low radiation. >> the army corps of years plans to use sonar to locate several boats that sank after the waves hit on friday. one of our photographers went on aride with fish and game officials and assess the damage do
not to a dictator but to the libyan people. >> today on "good morning america" the ambassador to the united nations refuted reports that gadhafi is about to step down but she didn't rule out he could receive ui muint and go into ix cycle. -- immunity and go into exile. diane sawyer will have a one-on-one interview tonight on world news. it airs at 5:30. now, the latest from japan. the prime minister says the situation at the fukushima daiichi plant remains unpredict abld and the country remains in maximum alert. the spread of radiation raising concerns about how to stabilize the plant. toxic plutonium was found outside the facility but so far amounts are too small. a tsunami triggered by a 9.0 earthquake destroyed the power systems needed to control the nuclear fuel rods in the plant. official death toll from the quake has topped 11,000. >> still ahead, we're following breaking news in redwood city where a mountain lion has been cornered at a home near a business intersection. >> and women versus walmart. the biggest job discrimination case ever. >> and serious felony charges the government is cons
zone over libya. good evening, once again. stronger signals today from president obama that america is ready to turn the lead over to other nations in the air war in libya. but as abc's jay tapper explains that does not mean is out of harm's way. >> reporter: president obama is eager to hand over command and control to the international coalition. >> we will be pulling back from our much more active efforts to shake the environment. we will still be in a support role. >> reporter: that support role supplying, jamming intelligence is not an exit strategy but still a huge commitment. though it would be significantly less than the initial phase in which the u.s. is carrying the overwhelming load. of the 1671 tomahawks fired so far, 157 were american. four british. of the 175 sorts flown since the operation started 115 u.s. flights and of 2 b 62 by other countries. observers say you can disterp misgivings about how quickly this was launched in the remarks of the secretary of defense. >> the command and control business is complicated and we have. done something like this --we haven't do
product that were made in america. focus? all things san francisco. >> of all the eye cop for made in america the golden gate bridge may be the business and and bethlehem and steel buying a souvenir. >> we might. >>reporter: the lord gift is shop will be happy to 0pwlaij but if pliers wants to deeply me disappointed. the fact he's chinese golden gate bridge does it bouts. >> don't worry. 15 million people visit san francisco every year and if they leave with a trinket it probably came from someplace else. the cable car souvenir are made don't yo you. >> i have suspicions. >>reporter: china, china a snow falling from it how much stuff in this comes from over seas. >> 90 percent. >> of that how much is chinese. >> i think 90 percent. >> what does that tell you. >> do you have guv. >> do you lawment the loss of certainly is. >> just be public of those indications because it's certainly. san francisco kite on 39 the sell just about anything that fly including play eyes trackers again 90 percent of this stuff from over seas with the rare exception. daniel still makes those in cal
lawmakers make it hard to negotiate. >> about when it becomes a situation in america where letting the people vote becomes an act of terrorism we are in a very serious situation. >>reporter: still a splinter group of 5 gop senators trying to get major government reform in exchange for the yes vote on the special election. move some republicans say is what the party should be about. >> if they negotiate to get reforms and solutions and choices on the ballot that present a wider perspective of the gop no traitor in my book. republican party needs to be more than a party of no. >>reporter: because of a new voter approved law, lawmakers pass budget now with just a simple majority with no republican votes. being used for the first time this year for many parts of this spending plan. republicans are fading democrat to use the method to call the special election. in sacramento, abc 7 news. >> newspaper have been struggling lately on how to proceed in the year ahead and "new york times"has unveiled the new digital subscription plan. expensive. complicated. and yes there is already
about nine and a half hours and extended all the way down to south america. the force is unbelievable. the tsunami advisory is still in effect, dangerous currents could still occur. here is accu-weather seven-day forecast. slight chance of rain tomorrow. periods of rain tuesday and wednesday and thursday. so next week is going to be a wet and active week. >> let's go to larry beil. if you are football fan, these are tense times. >> and for warrior fans with the game with orlando. settlement talks, new the circus has begun. lockout went into effect minutes ago. can reasonable people fig [ male announcer ] the network. a living, breathing intelligence that's helping business rethink how to do business. in here, inventory can be taught to learn... ♪ in here, machines have a voice... ♪ in here, medical history follows you... even when you're away from home. it's the at&t network -- a network of possibilities, creating and integrating solutions, helping business, and the rethink possible. >>> coming up a the 11:00, passengers worried about friends and fam
. >> reporter: but he isn't alone. at gyms across america they are converted to paleo workouts. no jogging, spinning or pilates here. >> and then from the whole past, like running and jumping and escaping a predator where oh able to get into a tree to get some food. >> reporter: rob wolf runs a gym like this in california. >> all this power lifting and climbing, imagine trying to escape from a macedon. >> usually when people walk in initially they are not sure it is an automobile chop shop or what it is. it as warehouse with gymnastics rings and pummel horses and cow bells that people climb. none of the classic gear of the regular gym. >> the idea to have the caveman workout. >> to a degree. we are not scratching around under bushes and getting poison oak on us and trying to make full body functional movements that are fun and because we do it in a group format, a lot of the success is there is that tribe element to it. >> reporter: we are in brooklyn, new york. >> and three. >> reporter: at the gyms they love the tribe. >> and recover. >> it transformed us physically, mentally and sociall
. >> the sign says it all. on the way to heavenly canyon. home to some of the steepest terrain in north america. >> can be great skiing once we get danger taken out of it. >>reporter: as enticing as this is to expert skier with the thrill comes risk. >> slope angle is a big part of what is required for an after lavrm. >>reporter: they are part of heavenly avalanche control team. after the recent storm it is their job to bring down the snow on their terms. and in the canyon still some work to be done. with synthetic explosive that pack as punch of 2 sticks of dynamite. >> we hang them from a rope over the top to take the legs out so to speak. fire in the hole. >>reporter: on this day he's the one who lights the fuse. then moves away. when the canyon ties dangerous to ski the team will use a giant gun called an avalancheer. >> it holes compressed air. hold rocket and we can fire this off and reduce some of the risk before we send out the team was hand place charges. >>reporter: whatever the method the motive is to make sure heavenly is safe and stay safe. now that the ski patrol made it
please tell my younger sister in america we all survived. >> imagine her relief. she is using the internet to try to let her relatives know that she has seen their message and is thankful to them for thinking of her when they are dealing with this tragedy. >>> the california state university system decided to pull all of its students out of japan. they are there as part of the study abroad program and the university of california system is debating whether to call its students back home. more from lyanne melendez. >> san francisco state has 12 students in japan attending classes at six universities there. four more students were with b. to travel to japan. for now, the program has been put on hold. >> there was concerns about shortages perhaps happening or problems becoming a little more complicated as time goes on so we felt for the safety of our students it would be best to have them return to california. >> the sf state students are in the tokyo and kioto area. none of them were studying in the hardest hit areas or near the unfolding disaster at the nuclear reactors. those
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